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Finding the Right Editor

When you’re publishing your own book, there are some areas where you can’t afford to cut corners; editing your work is one of these places. You’ve spent unbelievable amounts of time on your book, and you want to put your best foot forward when you release it to the public. Remember that a well-edited book speaks volumes about your professionalism and your place in the publishing world.

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How Does Writing Fit With My Life Goals?

Setting priorities can be very difficult for many people. As you start to really think about writing a book, it may be hard to envision where you’re going to find the time, or how writing a book is going to fit in with your bigger goals in life. One of the best ways to decide whether or not your desire to write a book is in line with your life goals is to sit down and take a good long look at your life goals and decipher what it is you’re doing on a daily basis to achieve them.

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Yes, You Can Write A Book!

Any writer who has ever set out to write a book has found themselves questioning their ability to hunker down and do what needs to be done in order to get the book written and distributed. If you’ve found yourself wondering whether or not you’re cut out for writing in the long haul, you’re definitely not alone. There are often more questions about writing a book than answers, and to begin is a massive leap of faith.

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Why Are You Writing?

One of the most important questions that a writer can ask herself is why she is writing at all. Everyone who writes has a different answer to this question, and in fact the answer can quite often change depending on when it’s asked. When facing a deadline, we may say that we’re writing to make ends meet. Some days, we may feel that we’re writing to share knowledge, some days we may be writing to get something off our chest, some days we’ve crumpled up so many scrap pieces of paper that we can’t even remember why it is that we’re writing.

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